If you are offended by chipped paint or old artwork, then don't stay here. But if you are looking for an economical place to crash in between Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Las Vegas, or Denver, then this is the place. The price was around $37 + tax. Dogs are allowed for $10 extra, cats are not allowed (although an orange neighbor cat wonders around, and I let him in my room the morning I checked out. He was friendly.
Most of the guests looked like passer-throughs. Single guys, or small families. There was a fridge in the room, hairdryer, and a microwave. There is no coffee pot, however they have coffee in the lobby in the mornings. The owners were very friendly.
In the town there is really nothing to do. The only restaurant is Wingers, okay food, great and friendly service. There is a Taco Bell/KFC combination.
If you have an extra 1.5 hours, take the 89/9 to get there rather than the 15/70. It is much more scenic and beautiful. No McDonlads or WalMarts. Just a few small towns with no stoplights. The speed limit is 65 for the most part, and I didn't see any police. But there is no reason to speed, its a beautiful. Plus you go through Zion National Park ($25 entrance fee. They take card, free for active duty military).
- Also Known As:
- Royal Inn Richfield, Utah